3 Things To Do Before Taking Your Dog To A Vet For Puking Out Worms

When you first notice it, it's scary. Worms wriggling in your dog's vomit can easily give you the chills and is also a worrisome indication that your dog is struggling with an infection. Even if your dog hasn't been exhibiting any unusual symptoms, the worms that have infected their body may slowly but surely be infiltrating their organs or even releasing toxins that are harmful to their body. Here are 3 things you should do before taking your dog to the vet. Read More 

Claw Health Trimming Tips For Cats

Cat scratching can be an annoying habit. It can lead to damaged furniture, carpet, and even walls. Yet, declawing isn't necessarily the answer, as it is both painful to the cat and can lead to health problems. Learning how to take care of your cat's claws properly can help you avoid this procedure.  Get a trim Regular trimming is the simplest way to manage claw issues. All you need is a pair of claw clippers and some basic knowledge. Read More 

For First-Time Parrot Owners: 7 Signs Your Pet Needs An Emergency Vet Clinic

If you are a first-time parrot owner, you may be unfamiliar with the signs and symptoms of a true avian emergency. It's important to recognize these signs, because parrots are instinctively known to "hide" their symptoms, as a weak bird is vulnerable to animals of prey. Besides the obvious, such as not eating and drinking, bleeding or blunt force trauma, note these 7 signs that indicate an avian emergency: 1. Inability to Perch Read More 

4 Pet Emergencies Where You Need To Go To An Emergency Pet Hospital

When it comes to pet emergencies, sometimes people are confused about what constitutes an emergency. For example, some people see an issue where their dog slipped on some stairs at 11 PM and now they are walking with a limp. Without access to their normal vet, they often wonder if they should take their beloved pet to an animal emergency hospital or if they are overreacting. This article will serve to ease your worries about such needs. Read More 

Your Dog’s Health: Three Ways To Prevent A Visit To The Animal Hospital

As a responsible pet owner, you want to keep your dog happy and healthy and out of harm's way. While there are many things that might warrant a trip to the pet hospital, you can reduce the risk by following a few simple guidelines. In addition to choosing the right diet and safe toys, you need to be aware of potential health risks before a problem arises. Here are three ways to keep Fido in peak health and prevent an unexpected visit to the emergency vet: Read More